2021
Course Guide

Fundamentals for the Modern Stylist 

Deposit: $50 - to hold your booking

Full Course: $1400 + GST

Class Capacity: 4 students 

This Course is for:

- Newly qualified or just finishing 

- Stylists re-entering the industry 

- Senior stylists whose skills are outdated

- Salon owners struggling to find time to train staff

What you'll need: Tools - brushes, scissors, hairdryer  -  Appropriate models  -  Something to take notes 

What's Provided: Capes, Towels, Colour, Trolleys, Straightening Iron, Hair Dryers

*All of Laurens techniques are focused around using the Blush Girl Foil Board. For this reason to ensure you get the most from each class, class 1 is solely focused on Learning the Foil Board. You will receive a foil board upon course commencement.

We’ve created these 4 classes covering the  fundamentals for the modern stylist, to give you ultimate confidence on the salon floor with these most requested services.

 

Each class is focused on colour and technique, however all classes have elements of consultation, modern toning, cutting, styling and content creation. Every class is taught with Blush Girl owner Lauren, in our private studio. The class will be limited to 4 students, creating an intimate setting and allowing for tailored, one on one assistance.

Each class will have half a day of look and learn and half a day of hands on.

 

This course commences on February 22nd. Classes will be held every Monday for 4 weeks. 

Tickets are non refundable but can be transferred to another student before date of course commencement.

Deposit of $50 required upon booking. Full payment of course fees required prior to course commencement. 

Learning the Foil Board

This class will improve your efficiency and your accuracy!

The foil board is the ultimate tool for improving speed without sacrificing quality. I learnt how to use a board at the first salon I ever worked at. I fought against it so hard. I thought I knew everything and would always put it down when my boss walked away. She insisted I learnt and I’m so glad I did. This tool has been key to my success, especially in the early days as a sole trader when there was no one to help. Even now having an assistant seems pointless when I’m using the board. It makes me so fast and I never have issues trying to awkwardly pick up foil. Of course it takes practice, lots and lots of practice. But once you master it you will never foil without the blush girl board. 

 

What you will learn: 

  • How to stack the board with foils 

  • How to position the board on your body and client 

  • How to hold it in awkward places

  • How to do a full head of foils using the board 

Modern Foil Placement: 
Foil to the Roots 

This foil placement class will cover all your bases without over doing it, ensuring perfect colour work every time.

 

We'll be focusing on the modern idea of lightness concentrated around the hairline. A process that is not particularly bold but rather mimics the natural lightening process of the hair.

 

Learn how not to over foil but instead be thoughtful with your placement. Learn how to create lightness in the right areas.

What you will learn:

  • Foil placement 

  • Blonde toning 

  • How to clean out the ends and keep them bright

  • Modern foiling techniques 

Basic Balayage

& Face Framing

An essential skill all modern stylists should have.

Understanding where to place your foils can be hard as a stylist to wrap your head around and I have found through trial and error that every single person needs something a little different, from foil placement to weave depth to highlighting to low lighting, face framing, creating texture, combing baby fine foils with balayage... I’ve done it all. I think I’ve come up with some really practical ways to get the best result in a busy salon environment. I only ever balayage hair in a foil and only ever with my foil board.

I have spent years experimenting with face framing. When done well, this can be super impactful while still natural looking. When done wrong, it’s sososo bad, practice is key and minor adjustments depending on the hairline. If you want to be an on trend hair stylist you should have already nailed this technique. 

 

 

What you will learn:

  • Foil placement

  • Weave, width and depth

  • How to tone your balayage and face frame

Balayage Correction:

Highlight and Lowlight

Combination 

Step up your balayage game. Need to fix or revitalise a clients baly work? Then this class is for you.

It’s almost like a colour correction in many ways. You really need to take a step back and see where the natural fall is. Maybe your client has become over foiled. Does the hair need depth added? 
A full head of low lighting and colour melt would be a short term fix and potentially leave your client feeling dark.

 

I'll show you how to create the perfect lowlight highlight combination to bring your client back to the perfect textured baly.

What you will learn:

  • Low lighting placement 

  • Balayage correction 

  • Foil placement 

  • Weave, width and depth

  • How to tone your balayage